A few weeks ago, I stopped at the Coastal Courier and talked with Pat Watkins. He showed me a book called "Seasons of Liberty" by Gary Smiley and asked if I had read it. I had never even heard of it.
Ecological conservation was the focus of conversation Thursday during the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce luncheon hosted by Keep Liberty Beautiful.
Robert Smith and Jessica Smith Zoucks won Colonial Floral and Gift Gallery's "Dad and Me" look-a-like contest for Father's Day.
Trinity Temple College of Religion in Hinesville recently held a reunion for its alumni.
There is still time to nominate an attractive business for the quarter.
Fort Pulaski National Monument is offering free trading cards. There are 10 cards in the Fort Pulaski collection:
A copy of the Coastal Courier travelled with members of St. James AME Church in Fleming to Orlando.
MACON - Day by day, the heart of downtown Macon is drawing visitors for more than restaurants' lunch specials.
NEW YORK - Mike Tyson wants his next knockout to be on Broadway.
The Coastal Courier recently traveled to Las Vegas with Cassandra Paige.
When weather is hot, we can all appreciate water more.
A cotton plantation that was home for one Georgia family for more than 140 years is preserved as an historic site by Georgia State Parks.
ATLANTA - A federal education official plans to participate in a panel discussion at the annual conference of the 100 Black Men of America in Atlanta.
Hinesville Mayor Jim Thomas and Col. Kevin Milton, U.S. Army garrison commander for Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield, hold a proclamation signed by Thomas.
VIP Office and Furniture Supply recently donated two framed wall posters to St. James Sports Center in Midway. Cathy O'Hagan, VIP's retail operations executive, and Ernie Walthour, director of St. James, show the posters.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has soaked the nation from head to toe in water that is too cold to drink.
SAVANNAH - To ensure cancer patients get to those much-needed treatments, the American Cancer Society provides free rides through its Road To Recovery program.
"A Parade of Giving" will be the theme for the 18th annual Illuminated Christmas Parade, according to the Liberty County Chamber of Commerce.
The Hinesville Area Arts Council has finalized the entertainment schedule for the 11th annual Blues & BBQ Festival, set for 1-11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, in downtown Hinesville.
Members of the 2014 Leadership Liberty Class will be present at a garden dedication at the Senior Citizens Inc. Liberty County Activity Center at 11 a.m. today at 800 Tupelo Trail in Hinesville.
Here's what the stars have in store for you this week:
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The rock band Blues Traveler will be the headline act of the 16th annual Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival presented by Southern Eagle Distributing, organizers announced Friday.
The Red Hat Liberty Bells celebrated July 4 with a Hawaiian Luau at their monthly meeting, which was held at David Rogers Pond House. Meetings are held on the first Monday of each month. For more information, call 884-5814.
A wise man, Dr. Whit Fraser, once addressed teachers and parapros during a workshop developmental class in 1981 at Hinesville Middle School.
SAVANNAH - Armstrong State University has announced the schedule for the 2014-15 Moveable Feast lecture and performance series, presented by the university's College of Liberal Arts in historic venues throughout Savannah. All events are free and open to the public.
HOLLYWOOD - Warren Beatty has completed filming his first movie since 2001.
On the surface, "Guardians of the Galaxy," now in theaters, seems like a parody of the Marvel movie universe, but it actually succeeds as a stand-alone effort. For most of its running time, it's at once smart, hilarious, visually spectacular and has heart.
There's one food that says "Southern" more than fried chicken, fried okra, sweet tea or a "mess" of greens. That's grits.
Almost a year ago, Hinesville resident and artist Emily Scott-Graham showed her work for the first time to the Hinesville area at the Hinesville Area Art Council.